Edmond "Randy" Smallman Jr.

January 8, 1969August 14, 2020

Edmond β€œRandy” Randle Smallman Jr., age 51, of Commerce Township Michigan passed away Friday August 14, 2020. Randy was born the son of Edmond Randle Sr. and Roberta (Russell) Smallman on January 8, 1969. He graduated from Pontiac Northern High School, class of 1987 and worked as a waiter for Chiles in Novi and On the Boarder Mexican Grill & Cantina in Auburn Hills. Randy married Mary Sledge on January 9th, 1992 in Taylor Michigan. He loved and accepted his family most of all. Randy was predeceased by his wife Mary (Sledge) Smallman; and his parents. He is survived by siblings Joy (Richard) McCalvin, Pamela Smallman, Paul (Stephanie) Smallman, and Jaime Tillery; nieces Ashley, Angela, Torry, and Skyler; nephews Douglas, Jacob, Marco, Jason, and Brenden; and best friend Sherrie Davis. No services will be held at this time.


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Edmond "Randy" Smallman Jr.

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Darlene Rau

August 20, 2020

So many memories, but I think the most outstanding one for me is the "lap dance" at the festival. Good times with people like Randy are the best things in life. Such a beautiful soul departed too soon. RIP my friend. Until we meet again.

Sherie Davis

August 20, 2020

Although still surreal I will do my best to try to shorthand my bestie because there is sooo much I could say.
He was to me my "" RANDYMAN "" and I his "" SHERIEMON"" is how our phone calls to each other. We both got a laugh outta of it. Then we got serious with our conversations whether good news or bad. We always laughed and listened to each other and then at the end tell each other take care and had much love for each other.
I met Randy through my other bestie Mary which was at one time my boss in a group home for the mentally and physically challenged. I stood up in their wedding as Mary's maid of honor. God I miss her to which also was taken to soon. Mary now has her Randy back.. among others that left us to soon.
Randy was the most generous, kindest and loveable person you could ever want as a friend. He listened always without judgment no matter who you were and whether in the right or wrong. I As I done the same to him. I was thinking hec we never even had one fight knowing each other.
I knew Randy as husband, best friend, brother,uncle and most importantly a father figure to his sister's children. Randy's most important mission in life without hesitation was to be there to help his sister Jaime to make sure the struggles of raising her children and working together had a bond and mission to make sure to see whatever was needed they accomplished working together. Through the good and hard times. Sooo sorry he left us to soon. My mission is to publish a comic book with Randyman as a I always told him it had a nice ring to it and he got a kick out of R.I.P. RANDYMAN until we meet again. πŸ˜₯β™₯οΈπŸ’•πŸ™
My condolences to all the family.. always here with a ear for anyone needing oneβ™₯οΈπŸ’•πŸ™πŸ’ͺ


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